Movie Release- WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE?

Who Are You People? stars Ema Horvath (The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, What Lies Below), Devon Sawa (Gasoline Alley, Final Destination), Yeardley Smith (The Simpsons, Maximum Overdrive), Peter Parros (Real Genius, Knight Rider), Siddharth Dhananjay (Bloodshot, Undone), Reid Miller (Joe Bell, You), with John Ales (Euphoria, True Story), and Alyssa Milano (Brazen, Charmed). Who Are You People premiered at the Mammoth Film Festival where Horvath won Best Actress.


Sundance World Premiere- UNDER G-D

Inspired by the lawsuits filed in Florida challenging the state's abortion ban on the basis of religious freedom, Under G-d is a documentary short film about the national Jewish response to the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization U.S. Supreme Court decision woven through the lived experiences of impacted Jewish women and the various lawsuits currently being launched by rabbis, Jewish organizations and interfaith leaders to challenge the overturning of Roe v. Wade, state by state.

Sundance Film Festival Announces JUSTICE World Premiere

This week the nonprofit Sundance Institute announced Justice will have its world premiere at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival in the Special Screenings section. The film is directed by Doug Liman and produced by Amy Herdy, with Story Syndicate’s Liz Garbus and Dan Cogan executive producing. The news of the project and its addition to the lineup is being revealed for the first time ahead of its premiere screening on January 20 at 8:30 p.m. MT. In director Doug Liman’s first documentary feature, Justice presents never-before-seen evidence and key interviews with those closely involved in the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.

Movie Release – Gasper Noé’s IRREVERSIBLE: STRAIGHT CUT

Gaspar Noé’s infamous director’s cut, entitled IRREVERSIBLE: STRAIGHT CUT, will open theatrically on February 10th in Los Angeles (Landmark’s Nuart Theatre), New York City (IFC Center), and additional cities throughout the U.S. Starring Monica Belucci and Vincent Cassel, Noé has taken the notorious revenge film and ‘re-reversed’ it so that it now plays in chronological order. A restored version of the original film will play concurrently in select cities, and makes for an interesting double feature.

The Need for Human Contact – THE RIGHT WORDS & ALMOST HOME

By William J. Hammon, founder In just under a week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will officially announce its nominations for the 95th Oscars. In 10 of the 23 categories, the competition was narrowed in late December to shortlists of 10-15 entries after the respective branches completed preliminary voting and consideration … Continue reading The Need for Human Contact – THE RIGHT WORDS & ALMOST HOME

Movie Release- THE FIRST STEP

The First Step follows media personality Van Jones as he works across party lines on landmark criminal justice reform and a more humane response to America's addiction crisis. Attempting to be a bridge builder in a time of extreme polarization takes him deep into the inner workings of a divisive administration, internal debates within both parties, and the lives of frontline activists fighting for their communities.

Episode 1217: News Update- Film Fests, Upcoming Movies of 2023 and More…

On this episode host we'll bring you an update on upcoming film festivals including: Sundance Film Festival, Slamdance Film Festival, Berlin Film Festival, South by Southwest and more. We'll also preview the upcoming movies set to release in 2023, and give you our picks for streaming series you may have missed last year. Next week we'll have interviews with the filmmakers of the upcoming Slamdance Film Festival.

Episode 1216: Tara Westwood

On this episode actor/director Tara Westwood talks about her award winning short, Triggered. Westwood grew up in Canada and began her career as a model in Europe. She went on to star in The Grudge (2020) and has recently appeared Fleishman in Trouble with Jesse Eisenberg and stars in Plane with Gerard Butler opening only in theaters January 13th.